Address: 2585 Park Rd 6026, Johnson City, Texas 78636
GPS: 30.307901, -98.257634
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Local Directions: From traveling 9 miles East of Johnson City on FM 2766 or by traveling West of Austin for 32 miles on U.S. Highway 290, and then North on FM 3232 for 6 miles.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-830-868-7304
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-792-1112
Website: http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-pa...
Email: customer.service@tpwd.texas.go...
Office Hours: 8:15 AM-4:45 PM

All year
Check In: 2 PM
Check Out: 12 PM
Gate Hours: 8 AM-7 PM

69 RV Sites, 89 Tent Sites, 2 Group Sites, 69 Electric and Water, 20 No Hookup, 30 Amps

Daily Rates: $10.00 - $20.00
Payment Methods: Discover, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers, Vault Toilets

Biking, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Swimming

All Ages, Pet Restrictions

Max RV Length 64 ft
Group Camps

Equestrian group camping area can accommodate 12 campers, 6 horses and 12 vehicles including trailers. Fee is $40/night.

Youth Group Camp area can accommodate up to 75 campers/25 vehicles. Fee is $75/night.
Total Sites89
RV Sites69
Tent Sites89
Group Sites2
Max RV Length64 ft
Electric and Water (69)No Hookup (20)
Rental Units
Sites Miscellaneous
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Bathhouse / Restrooms  
Controlled Access Gate  
Dump Station  
Flush Toilets  
Horse Corral  
Hot Showers  
Vault Toilets  
  Hours Description Fees
Bird Watching   Ravens, Vultures, Herons, Quail, Doves, Owls, Roadrunners, Wild Turkeys, Rufous-crowned Sparrows, Western Scrub Jays, Golden-cheeked Warblers
Fishing   Catfish, Bass, Sunfish, Carp
Horseback Riding  
Swimming   Pedernales River
Wading Pool  
Wildlife Watching   White-tailed Deer, Coyotes, Rabbits, Armadillos, Skunks, Opossums, Raccoons


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4.3 star rating
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4 star rating
Love the falls!
January 14, 2014
At this park you do not have 50 amp service, cell service, OTA TV, or wifi, but you do have camping, picnicking, hiking, river swimming, tubing, wading, mountain biking, fishing, bird watching, and horseback riding. Most campsites are rather short and/or narrow, but some can accommodate larger rigs.

Be sure not to miss the beach area, bird blind, and the falls themselves.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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5 star rating
Beautiful Texas State Park
April 2, 2013
Camping sites ranged in size and in tree coverage. The sites more in the open usually had a cover over the picnic table. The campground isn't right on the river but access is only a short drive and then hike down. There are lantern hooks, water, electricity, fire pits and tables at every site. The showers and restrooms were clean. The are some great hikes at this park and the river and the falls were fun. There is also an awesome bird blind where you can sit and watch all kinds of birds dart about. The camp host sold wood and ice. We had a great time and would camp here again happily.

We stayed here in a Tent.
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4 star rating
great place for tent camping
December 21, 2009
It was a bit cold for Texas but it was January. Tent sites had ample space for pitching a few tents. Lots of great hiking, but beware of the potential for flash flooding if you hike up at the falls. 5 minutes could mean completely different water conditions.
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